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Remote Patient Monitoring Facts and Stats

  • A study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research showed that remote monitoring of patients with chronic conditions reduced hospitalizations by 47% and decreased mortatlity rates by 38%.

  • Remote patient monitoring has the potential to reduce healthcare costs by preventing hospitalreadmissions, emergency room visits, and unnecessary doctor visits. A study published in Telemedicine and e-Health estimated that remote monitoring of patients with chronic conditions could save up to $6,000 per patient annually.

  • Remote patient monitoring has shown significant benefits in managing chronic diseases, such as
    diabetes, hypertension, and heart failure.

  • Remote patient monitoring encourages active patient participation in their own healthcare. Patients can
    have a sense of control over their health, access educational resources, and communicate with their
    healthcare providers remotely. This increased engagement and convenience often lead to higher patient
    satisfaction rates.

  • Telehealth visits, combined with RPM data, allow for proactive care management, reducing
    unnecessary in-person visits and enhancing access to care, especially in rural or underserved areas.


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